sharing in governance of extractive industries
Added by seibik bugri on November 28, 2014 at 7:31 — No Comments
The Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), while applauding the government of Ghana for its 2015 Budget Policies, “ saying it contains many progressive and forward-looking policies” yet draws government’s attention to very serious challenges facing the country’s Energy Sector. These Challenges when addressed, would greatly enhance Ghana’s Transformation Agenda.
ACEP says some of the forward-looking…Continue
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Ten journalists from both the private and state media on Friday embarked on a five-day duty tour to Tanzania. The programme organised by the Institute of Financial and Economic Journalists (IFEJ) is being supported by GIZ Good Financial Governance Programme in Co-operation with the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) issued here.
The tour is a follow up of series of workshops organised by the IFEJ on the extractive industry of which the last…Continue
August 2014 marks exactly one year that I wrote a story on Ghana’s Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) and the huge difficulties of carrying out its mandate under the heading “Public Interest And Accountability Committee Report Still Born?”, and published on my blog and in Crusading Guide drawing attention to the hydra-headed resources deficit facing PIAC. Not surprised experts in Civil Societies Organizations (CSOs) in the oil and…Continue
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The research was a joint initiative by Revenue…Continue
By Coletta Wanjohi, Uganda
Bank of Uganda's main role is advising the government on all matters pertaining economic policy and de-velopment and this also involves the oil sector. The National Oil and Gas Policy that was approved by cabi-net in 2008 gives Bank of Uganda the mandate to be the manager of the oil revenue. This means that when Uganda's oil starts flowing and it is either exported or sold whatever revenue is realized will be managed largely by the central…Continue
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